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Orthopaedic Physical Therapist in Singapore

Physical Therapy in Singapore

Physical Therapy in Singapore

Physical Therapist

This branch of physical therapy focuses on the problems from the muscular skeletal system (muscles, bones, ligaments or tendons). Physical therapy in this area deals with diagnosing, managing and treating injuries and problems from the muscular and skeletal methods and rehabilitating right after orthopedic operations, as well. […]

Rotator Cuff Injury

WHAT IS SHOULDER PAIN DUE TO ROTATOR CUFF INJURY?

Rotator cuff injury is the damage to the rotator cuff. This condition is one of the most common causes of shoulder pain.

HOW IS SHOULDER PAIN DUE TO ROTATOR CUFF INJURY DIAGNOSED?

Diagnosis is done through understanding the patient’s history of activities and symptoms of pain […]

Clavicle

The clavicle, an “S”-shaped bone, is the only long bone that ossifies by an intramembranous process. It is the first bone in the body to ossify (fifth week of fetal gestation) and is the last bone to fuse (medial epiphysis at 25 years of age). The clavicle consists of cancellous bone surrounded by an outer […]

Management-Nonoperative Management

The initial management of suprascapular nerve injuries usually is nonoperative. Most authors have found that resolution of symptoms occurs within 6 to 12 months after diagnosis. This is particularly true if the patient has no evidence of a space-occupying lesion (cyst). Because most of these injuries in athletes are thought to be related to traction […]

Neck

Neck

The neck should be examined very carefully by a physician before any exercise commences, because of the many sensitive structures it comtains.

Range-of-motion exercises

Before the program starts a check-up with a physical therapist or an athletic trainer is advisable. Before performing each motion, align your head so your ears are over your shoulders. […]

Snapping Hip

‘Snapping hip’ syndrome can be caused by injuries both within the joint and outside the joint. The condition is not well defined. Causes are as follows.

1. Lateral snapping: the thickened iliotibial band riding over the greater trochanter or a thickened bursa.

2. Anterior deep snapping:

• the iliopsoas tendon passing over the anterior aspect […]

Injuries to the Suprascapular Nerve

The suprascapular nerve supplies the supraspinatus and infraspinatus muscles. It runs in a groove on the upper edge of the scapula, and is held in the groove by a ligament. The suprascapular nerve can be damaged at the time of forward or backward dislocation of the shoulder joint, with the dislocation stretching the nerve over […]